Occupation of Premises by a Charity for Charitable Purposes by Clive Moys

Clive Moys features in the most recent issue of Sweet & Maxwell’s Private Client Business. The 80% mandatory non-domestic rates relief enjoyed by a charitable body in occupation of a hereditament is a concession of considerable value and importance – Local Government Finance Act 1988, s. 43 (or s. 45, viz. an unoccupied hereditament). Both […]

Kate Selway KC

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Her core areas of practice are trusts (including the taxation of trusts); all aspects of real property, and landlord and tenant; wills, probate and the administration of estates; charities; Court of Protection; and professional negligence. She was appointed to the Attorney General’s A Panel of Counsel in 2016. Kate undertakes extensive advisory work in all areas of her […]

‘Trustees’ powers of investment’ and ‘Professional charity fundraisers’

'Trustees’ powers of investment' and 'Professional charity fundraisers'

A Junior Programme: Charities webinar on “Trustees’ powers of investment” and “Professional charity fundraisers” presented by Natalie Pratt and Matthew Mills. Trustees’ powers of investment Natalie considers the recent decision in Butler-Sloss & Ors v The Charity Commission & HM Attorney General [2022] EWHC 974 (Ch) Please find the slides attached, here. Professional charity fundraisers […]

Francesca Quint

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It also extends to those areas which affect people who wish to support charities, such as wills, trusts and tax, in which Francesca is often asked to advise regardless of any specific charity involvement, and where an individual or organisation has a dispute with a charity. In addition, her experience in charity law has led […]

Gordon Nurse

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His advice in sporting matters include the drafting of club constitutions, the obtaining of charitable status by organisations concerned with sport, as well as the drafting and enforcement of disciplinary regulations. He was a member of the Hockey Jury of Appeal at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.

Elizabeth Ovey

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Elizabeth is a part-time judge of the Upper Tribunal, which gives her an additional insight into the tribunal side of the Courts and Tribunals Service, which now encompasses financial services, pensions and charity matters. Elizabeth is regularly involved in advising in connection with and attending mediations in her areas of practice. She is ranked as […]

Piers Feltham

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The spectrum of his practice is such that at different times he has legally advised the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrat Party, the Communist Party of Great Britain, the Workers’ Revolutionary Party and the Muslim Council of Great Britain, and his pro bono work includes helping the “Ad Hoc” group of zoologists […]